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Groovey little album

It's not a bad album, adds some extra flavor to your regular playlist. It's not the classic super glitchy composed sound of Travis, but I support this guy %100 for his hard work from the time he came out when he was 19 and the future ahead.

Been waiting forever

After hearing a few tracks from this a year or so ago I waited and waited to hear more and it finally dropped and thankfully it lived up to my expectations and was well worth the wait. In my opinion the work he has been doing with this album surpasses anything he has done in the past. Easily his best work to date and not something to pass up.

Huh

That's about time! Not the Machine Drum I know though. You will recognize some of the sounds, but the overall compos are diluted by pop trash. Still, an album to listen 2 when tired of your regular rotation. THX 4 making it back to $9.99.

Biography

Born: March 4, 1982 in Eden, NC

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Machinedrum is handily the most well-known alias attributed to American electronic musician Travis Stewart, who has also released material as Syndrone, tstewart, Neon Black, and Aden. Initially credited as Machine Drum (two words), he was one of the primary exponents of glitch-hop during the early 2000s, finding common ground between hip-hop rhythms and the tightly programmed experimental electronic sounds of IDM labels such as Skam, Warp, and Rephlex. His sound mutated as the decade progressed,...
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